Sixth graders practice academic vocabulary in preparation for the upcoming SLO test. Parents were invited to an informational breakfast to help students prepare for middle school next year.
Volunteers at Liberty Heights Church helped welcome spring with these beautiful chalk drawings! It's just a lovely sight walking into school in the mornings! Thank you, LHC!
On Tuesday, March 17th, Riverview's K-2 students and their parents enjoyed a Breakfast and Bingo event hosted by Title 1. K-2 teachers led rounds of Bingo for the students and their parents, and every student was able to win at least one book to take home. The Title 1 teachers also provided students and their [...]
Congratulations, AAA is pleased to announce the results of the 71st Annual Traffic Safety Poster Program. Based on your student’s creativity, memorable entry and ability to lead others to safety through example and enthusiasm, the following prize will be awarded: Cesar Lucas Lerdo, Second Place K-2, $75. Cesar will be honored on Saturday, April 11, 2015, [...]
Lynn White from Butler County Soil and Water came to visit the second graders. She brought compost worms and explained how they change the environment. Students got to observe the worms using their senses. The students love visits from Mrs. White!
The Hamilton High School Winter Guard is hosting a guard clinic for Hamilton students in grades 1-8. Clinic practice will be on Tuesday March 24th from 6-8:30 in the Wilson Middle School gymnasium. The performance will be Sunday March 29th at the MEPA (Mid East Performance Association) event at Hamilton High School. Performance times will [...]
Drama Club members practice for a Reader's Theater skit titled, "Rosa Parks Leads the Way," by Tracey West in honor of Black History Month. Pictured are (from left to right) third grader Charley Sedan, and fourth graders Leslie Jimenez, Ashley Trujillo, Danielle Lovins, and Caleb Green.
Hamilton High School's Blue & White Night is Saturday, March 7 from 8:00 pm until midnight at the FOP Lodge in Joyce Park, 180 Joe Nuxhall Way. Tickets are $30 each and includes food, drinks, a draw down ticket, music, and door prizes. Lots of raffles and silent auction items to bid on as well! [...]